Second Twin Dies After Car Crash In Washington
Family has lost three daughters in two accidents to car crashes
Two beautiful teen twins died following a car crash -- the first twin died immediately after the accident, and her sister succumbed to her injuries nearly two weeks later.
Janesah and Janeah Goheen of Oak Harbor, Wash., a town on picturesque Whidbey Island, were involved in a car crash around 5 p.m. Halloween evening, according to various local news reports. They were headed to a local haunted house, KIRO-TV said.
Their 1993 Acura was struck by a 2006 Ford Mustang driven by 53-year-old Ira Blackstock, who suffered a broken leg. Police said he showed signs of impairment, and had an Alcoholics Anonymous pamphlet on the back seat of his car. Tests showed he was not drunk, police said, but they are testing his blood for drugs, according to the Whidbey News-Times.
Janeah died immediately. Janesah held on for 11 days, and passed away Monday. A service will be held Saturday for family and friends.
The family lost another daughter, Jessica Goheen, five years ago in a car crash, according to the New York Daily News. She was 24.
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